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WaterSparks Blog

Soft Water vs. Hard Water: What’s the Difference?

Water is water, right? Not quite.There are two types of water that could be in your home:hard vs.soft water.That said, there’s a good chance it’s the latter...

Dry Scalp: What Your Shampoo Can’t Do

Experiencing dry, itchy scalp? Your shampoo might not be able to help.From dandruff and dry hair to psoriasis and dermatitis,It’s time to get to the root of your hair problems -
your water...

Benefits of Removing Hard Water at Home

Soft water can help your home in more ways than one. It can prolong the life of your appliances, enhance the taste of your food and save you money over time...

Copper in Your Water: Everything You Need to Know

If your water tastes metallic, there’s something in your water. That ‘something’ is likely copper and it may be harming you...

Is Chlorinated Water Safe to Drink?

When you think of the chemical chlorine, perhaps you think of swimming pools, paint, or cleaning products. But, chlorine also exists in the water you use to bathe, clean, and hydrate...

Effects of Hard Water on Hair and Skin

Hard water is water that has a high volume of “hard” minerals,specifically magnesium and calcium.It’s measured using grains per gallon.For water to be considered hard...

How to Prevent Dry Skin in Winter

Itchy, flaky, and downright irritating - meet the many common side effects of dry skin. As a result of moisture loss, the skin...

See How Your Whole Home Drinks Water

Your whole home drinks water. From the water you cook with and drink, to the water you bathe in and wash your clothes in...